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associated with flights at jfk, la guardia and newark still snow showers over vermont and new hampshire. it has slowly diminished however, we are still seeing some winter advisories to the north east fishkill still experience of flight delays at the jfk, la guardia and newark. a winter storm warning for the entire state of maine. with 1.5 a feed the associated. feet of snowfall-with 1.5! with another 12 hours. >> grant: the severe winter storms in parts of the u-s had manyed payne has the story -- including one airline pilot -- who made a personal apology to his passengers. >> reporter: airports are packed with people trying to get "somewhere." more than 17-hundred flights were canceled wednesday and today might not be much better with snow, freezing rain and strong winds battering the northeast. and it's causing a domino effect across the country. a pilot on a flight sitting for hours in dallas waiting to depart for las vegas told passengers this: there ar >> "it's beyond reproach. i have no words to tell you. to tell you how sorry i am for all of this. passengers >> in atlanta are t
ensues. >> i'm over here. i'm over here. >> i see you, hey. all of newark sees you. >> hi, there. hey, mom. good to see you. >> look at you. >> look at me. >> oh, my god. >> okay. let's get out of the way here. >> sports jacket. >> yeah, i am. >> how did you know how to buy a sports jacket? >> i took a class in it. >> you left the price tag on it. j. crew, my fancy schmancy son. i'm just going to keep it in case it goes on sale. >> it's a really touching movie. i found it really moving. it moved me to tears at one stage, but it's also funny. you had a ball doing it? >> yeah, if you like working that much. yeah, it was fun. it actually was fun. >> do you hate all work, basically? >> no. >> what do you like doing? >> i love -- i love making movies, actually. i love recording. that's what i love. >> you don't like performing in front of people. >> that's odd. >> it is strange. >> i never know what to do during the applause. i don't know what to do. it's like, oh, okay. all right, let's go on to the next thing. it's a strange thing to be live in front of people. >> you consider yourself t
in newark and port elizabeth up in the new jersey area and more than a dozen other u.s. ports. right now, the federally-mediated contract talks appear at a stalemate and no comments from the white house on if the president will use his authority to impose a cooling-off period. meanwhile, we got more good news on housing. pending home sales rose last month to their highest level in 2 1/2 years. according to the national association of realtors and pending home sales are up, 9.8% in the last 12 months. keith, back over to you. >> that's good news. hampton thanks for checking in. >>> well, in just. past few weeks hundreds of doctors may have received counterfeit drugs including botox. these unapproved drugs are becoming a big problem and can cause some really serious health problems. dr. steven hoppen joins us with more on the reports and how to protect yourself from fake botox. good morning, doctor. >> hi, erika. >> this is alarming. if i go to the doctor and get botox i could be getting fake botox or not botox, period? >> it's possible, in the past year, there have been five fda warnings
that is the chairman of the department of medicine at newark beth israel medical center and he joins us now with more. thank you for joining us. >> thank you, heather. great to be here. heather: why are more people skipping these screenings? >> i think it is a question of economy for one thing. i think the tests are costly. there is also secondarily confusion among physicians what to do, what to scan, what tests and how often they should be performed. for example, let's take breast and mammography. a lot of physicians are confused about that. mammography should be done after age 50 and up to age 74 on a yearly basis. it should be done before the age of 50, say at 40, if you in fact have a first degree relative like a mother or grandmother who has had breast cancer or you have particularly dense breasts that is just one example. the insurance companies are not readily willing or perhaps able to pay for people to get breast screenings. another one is colonoscopy. it is recommended that you have a colonoscopy for average person every 10 years, say after the age of 40. five years for flexable for sigmoid
related to moving commerce through the ports. >> reporter: newark track driver al lopes is preparing for the worst, moving as many containers as possible fearing a strike will keep him out of work. >> it's either make the money or you don't make the money. we don't go in we don't get paid. >> reporter: so the two sides have until sunday at 12:01 a.m. to reach an agreement. however, it is possible that the president could intervene if he considers this to be a national emergency. rebecca and jeff back to you. >> anna werner thank you very much. >>> "usa today" says secretary of state hillary clinton is expected to return to work next week. clinton picked up a stomach virus three weeks ago and then she fainted, hit her head and suffered a concussion. clinton was forced to cancel an overseas trip and her congressional testimony on the attack that killed the u.s. ambassador to libya. >>> "the new york daily news" says a man was. ushd to his death in front of a subway train last night. witn witnesses say a woman who fled the scene had been following the victim closely
're talking hundreds of thousands of jobs that could be related. newark truck driver al lopes is fearing for the worst, moving as many containers as possible, fearing a strike will leave him without work. >> we'rer this make the money or don't make the money. if we don't go in, i don't get paid. >> the two sides have until 12:01 sunday to reach an agreement. it is possible, however, that the president steps in if he consider this a national emergency. rebecca and jeff, back to you. >> thank you so much. time to show you other headlines. "usa today" says secretary of state hillary clinton is expected to return to work next week. clinton picked up a stomach virus three weejs ago. then she hit her head, fainted, and formed a concussion. >>> the new york "daily news" says a man was pushed to his death in front of a subway train last night. witnesses say the whom fled this scene had been following the victim and mumbling. police are searching for her. a man was pushed in front of the subway earlier in the month. >>> what is going on. >>> they're calling 59,000 nanny baby recliners. there have
difficult time for so many families in newark, new jersey and connecticut. there were many loved ones lost during hurricane sandy. there were many children lost in connecticut. when a loved one is no longer around the dining room table when there are gifts that were bought that were not able to be given, it's a very sad time for our country. and what i am urging my colleagues to remember is what that loss feels like in their own states. we've seen so many tragedies this last year. we've seen so many disasters over the last several years. and as senator mikulski has said and senator schumer has said, this country always stands together in these times of disaster and grave need. whether it was hurricane katrina, we stood by that state that region immediately within ten days we delivered $60 billion of aid and relief to the families in need. we did the same thing for florida. hurricane andrew left devastation in its wake. we did the same thing when tornadoes hit joplin, missouri, and tuscaloosa, alabama. we stand by families in times of need. it's the job of the federal government to keep our
the question and he cut being pressed? we have been in the sense of choice shall have been in a longtime newark. the for them to have to but the but of harrison -- we can i get past grover norquist. when there is no revenue that makes it hard. john boehner could not even pass a tax proposal remade where it would keep the taxes for everybody except those making over $1 million a year. they said, no, you cannot do that. i am here and happy to listen to anything necessary. mary history of giving the president aware >> congress has until december 31 to reach a deal on the fiscal cliff, otherwise tax increases and spending cuts go into effect. negotiations between congress and the president could take friday when all four leaders of the house and senate meet with the president at the white house. a look at the countdown to the fiscal cliff, the guest will be a white house honor. home on a ship and the united states with tools author of american the nightmare how neighbor -- america undermines the negotiation nightmare. more from militia and townsman of the u. s economic research surfaced and heron r
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